The US Food Supply is MESSED UP & Why Food in Mexico is SUPERIOR

What is one of the biggest reasons we decided to travel to Mexico (despite what we were hearing about it on the news)? The simple answer is: intolerance to food.
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Maddie was dealing with terrible food intolerance and health issues, she could hardly function each day. No matter what type of food she ate, it caused a reaction. It was one food allergy after another that developed: gluten intolerance, dairy intolerance, lactose intolerance, onions, peas, meat, the list goes on. It was one allergic reaction after another. We quickly started to feel like our food is poisoning us.

Maddie has dealt with many health issues in her life from leaky gut, to IBS, and adrenal fatigue syndrome. Although she doesn't have celiac disease, she deals with severe gluten sensitivity.

In addition to being gluten-free, Maddie has also been forced into a vegan diet. But the dietary restrictions didn't stop there! Over the course of a number of months, the food intolerance got worse. Her nutritional intake was awful due to the diet restrictions and overall health was a serious concern!

In today's video, we'll be answering why I'm intolerant to food in the US. After eating in Mexico for over three months, we know one thing for certain: food in Mexico is superior to food in the United States.

There are a few clear explanations why Mexican food is superior and we'll be sharing them with you as we walk around Glorieta Chapalita in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Do you agree that food in Mexico is superior? Share in the comments below!

In January 2018, we sold everything we owned in the US (except our husky Laska & what fit in our tiny, tangerine Prius C3) to travel the world—starting with Mexico. Since then, we've been making travel videos about our life in Mexico and the new experiences we encounter while traveling the world. If you'd like to join our shenanigans, subscribe to our YouTube channel. You can also poke around our social media to find out what we’re up to each week.

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